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The future looks bright for grasscutter farming in Ghana – Prof. Kayang

Professor Boniface B. Kayang, Project Coordinator of the Ghana Grasscutter Project, has stated that the future of grasscutter farming in the country looks very...
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Social transformation, key in building climate resilience – REACH-STR

Dr Charity Osei-Amponsah, a Researcher, has stated that understanding social transformation within the context of a changing climate will help local development authorities to...
Women Workshop

Women urged to ensure effective management of businesses

Head potters and women engaged in small businesses have been advised to keep proper records and to manage their activities well to ensure...

Stop Antagonizing HYPREP To Deviate From Its Objectives

Friends of Niger Delta Ecological Initiative, FONDEI, has noted with regret a barrage of actions by some highly placed politicians and their associates to...

24 basic schools in Accra get Toilet facilities

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly(AMA) has handed over twenty four sanitation facilities worth GH¢4,873,000 to some basic schools in the metropolis. The schools are Osu...
Gender violence

Lack of mainstreaming Gender causing under-development

The Lack of mainstreaming Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) in the operationalisation of most of the Municipal and District Assemblies have been identified...

NGO organize performance appraisal for stakeholders in education

The Asiakwa location of the SOS Children’s Villages Ghana, (SOSCV) under the ‘Quality Education Now’ (QEN) project has taken steps to ensure poor academic...
SAN FRANCISCO - MARCH 2: Recycled plastic bottles are seen at the San Francisco Recycling Center March 2, 2005 in San Francisco, California. Bottled water is the single largest growth area among all beverages, more than doubling over the last decade. Only about 12 percent of plastic bottles, mostly water, were recycled in 2003, according to industry consultant R.W. Beck, Inc. Since most bottled water is consumed away from home where recycling isn't an option, an estimated 40 million bottles a day go into the trash or become litter. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Ambassador of Culture Advocates For Solving Ghana’s unemployment.

The Ambassador of Culture, 2017 of the Miss Tourism Ghana Organization, Ms. Benedicta Nana Adjei, says exploiting the potentials of waste recycling could help...
climate change

Inadequate Grassroot Participation Hindering Climate Change Efforts

The REDD+ Government and Finance Integrity for Africa Project, has ended with limited capacity at the grassroot level being identified as a major gap...
Open Defecation

GAMA-SWP Take Steps To Curb Open Defecation

The residents of the La-Nkwantanang Madina Municipality have been urged to embrace the half-price toilet facility being provided by the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area-Sanitation...
Some Traders At The Agbogbloshie Market In Accra

Traders Asked To See Themselves As Partners

Madam Diana Fiati, the Project Coordinator at the SOS Children’s Villages - Ghana has advised traders and customers to always show mutual respect to...
A doctor examines a larva of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the carrier of Zika virus, in a laboratory of the Ministry of Health, in San Jose, Costa Rica, on Jan. 29, 2016. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday said it would convene an International Health Regulations emergency committee on the Zika virus to ascertain whether the outbreak constitutes a public health emergency of international concern.(Xinhua/Kent Gilbert) (jp) (sp)

CDC Aids Ghana Health Services

Lead, Ghana Second Year (2YL) of life Project under the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), US, on Thursday donated laboratory drugs worth...

Government Urged To Improve School Feeding Programme

A Nutritionist, Ms Eunice Amiyuure, has urged government to make the School Feeding Programme more vibrant to help address malnutrition problems among pupils, particularly...

160 Volunteers Trained On Behaviour Change Communication

One hundred and sixty community volunteers selected from the Bolgatanga Municipality and the Talensi District have received a day’s training on Behaviour Change Communication...
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Coalition calls for support in making SADA a success

He said SADA was a national programme aimed at closing the development gap between the North and the South, therefore, the involvement of CSOs...
poultry production

Poultry farmers schooled on best practices

The programme on the theme: “Bio-security and management for increased productivity and competitiveness,” was to enlighten poultry farmers on how to feed and manage...
Wpid Scatteringfertilizer

National Fertilizer workshop opens in Accra

Participants are also expected to come up with appropriate recommendations that would deal with fertilizer issues as well as inform policy. The Ministry of Food...

SNV builds capacity of 1,800 farmers

Apart from the crop being able to withstand climate change, it thrives on very marginal soils and also has the highest market value than...
Right to Information

Government asked to incorporate maximum disclosure in RTI Bill

By Catherine Adjeley Aubyn Government has been asked to incorporate maximum disclosure of information clauses into the Right to Information Bill, which is currently before...
NGOs Support society with items

ComAid donates to Operation Mango Tree Children?s Home in Bolgatanga

ComAid Foundation Ghana, a non-governmental organization, has presented assorted items to the Operation Mango Tree Children?s Home in Bolgatanga. The food items with confectioneries, which...
Health screening exercise

Illegal abortions reduced in the Upper East Region

The Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana (PPAG) and Access, Services and Knowledge (ASK) project on Adolescent Reproductive Health is helping to reduce teenage pregnancies...

MMDAs equipped to monitor projects

A forum on the Performance, Monitoring, and Evaluation of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) on various developmental projects and programmes has been...

Ghana govt. to cushion crop production

Mr Alabi Bortey, Project Coordinator of Ghana Commercial Agricultural Project (GCAP), has said the government, in collaboration with other donor partners, has made available...

Ghana’s crop pollinators dwindling

Ghana is bound to lose at least 90 per cent of her cocoa and a large percentage of other crops if efforts are not...
Students of SOS Children?s Village Bangui run out of school at the end of classes

Media must step up efforts on child rights

Project Coordinator, International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) has appealed to journalists to focus efforts on protecting the rights of children by putting the spotlight on...
Women of Africa Foundation addressing some residents of Ningo-Prampram

Women of Africa Foundation initiates sanitation projects

Women of Africa Foundation has launched an environmental sanitation project at Ahwiam in the Ningo-Prampram District to educate the indigenes on waste management, hygiene...

Wrong use of antibiotics compounds severity of illness

A pharmacist, Mr George Hedidor, has advised the public to guide against the wrong usage of antibiotics as it compounds the severity of illness. He...
Ghana Developing Communities Association

NGO assist vulnerable groups with Action Plans

The Ghana Developing Communities Association (GDCA), an NGO, has presented Action Plans documents it had helped some vulnerable groups in the Mion District to...

Encouraging public institutions to be transparent

The Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP), an NGO, has launched a project to encourage public institutions to be more transparent and accountable...

Ending unnecessary rivalry between boys and girls

Young girls have demanded to be treated fairly like boys to end the unnecessary rivalry that exists between both sexes for the progress of...